Articles from Paul Molin

How to become a hacker in 10 minutes

April 19, 2016Paul Molin4 min read

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As a Web developer, and above all, as someone who is interested in bringing value as soon as possible to my client, one of my main goals is to release the features I developed into production as soon as possible. In order to do so, I have to make sure my application is as secure as it can be before…

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Preventing CSRF attacks with Express and AngularJS

April 01, 2015Paul Molin4 min read

CSRF vulnerabilities are one of the most common and important flaws in Web applications security. It is listed as the eighth most critical vulnerability in the OWASP Top 10. Symfony2, which we often work with at Theodo, offers cool automatic tools (especially for forms) to protect your applications…

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